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|January 29, 2020|
Falling inventories boost gas prices
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – The end of the summer vacation season seems to have coincided with a hefty gasoline price increase
The California Energy Commission reports that gasoline inventories fell in the last week despite an uptick in refinery production.
Auto Club spokesman Jeff Spring reasons that local supplies are not keeping up with demand.
The statewide average for a gallon of 87 octane regular has jumped 7-cents. In Riverside, it’s up 10-cents-a-gallon.
Pump prices are now 4-cents-a-gallon above a year ago.
Story Date: September 17, 2019